Definitions for "Literal constant"
In Fortran, a lexical token that directly represents a scalar value of intrinsic type.
constant that does not have a name. A literal constant's value is written directly into a program. See also named constant.
(n.) a constant without a name.
a value that is typed directly into the source code wherever it is needed
a value typed directly into your program wherever it is needed
a datum whose value cannot change throughout the program unit
an item of data whose value does not change while an application is running
a sequence of characters that represents a value